The Green Hub 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway!

Kira Simpson

So guys, I have a confession. I’m a little nuts about Christmas.

I LOVE decorations, giant trees, sparkling lights, carols, fruit mince pies, Christmas lunch, family, good cheer and everything else that comes with the holiday.

And I am well aware of the immense waste, unnecessary gifts, consumerism etc that surround Christmas but let me have this one and I’ll be good for the rest of the year!

I also LOVE giving (wanted) gifts.

So this year, for The Green Hub’s very first Christmas, I am doing a HUGE giveaway I am calling, The Green Hub 12 Days of Christmas!

Starting on the 5th of December I am giving away one gift, every day, for 12 days. Exciting stuff!!

First take a little time to learn the stories and get to know the people behind the amazing brands included in this giveaway.

Day 1 – Bon Label organic Cotton Crew Tee


Bon was born of designer Linda’s love of Parisian style and her obsession with finding the perfect white tee. Bon colours are white, black and grey, complimented with bespoke seasonal prints and (on rare occasions) a splash of colour. Their garments are thoughtfully designed with utility and chic in mind, and lovingly brought to life in the most ethical way use only GOTS Certified Organic Cotton and garments are made ethically in Australia

Day 2 – Frankie Jones Organic Cotton Botswana Blankie


Frankie Jones is not ‘just another fashion label’ they’re a small label hoping to make a big difference! Founded by designer Cath Jones, Frankie Jones has bounded into the marketplace, gaining a cult following for their unique, bohemian influenced collections. Their clothes are designed in Melbourne and made using GOTS Certified Organic Cotton. Their aim is to bridge the gap between fashion and sustainability and provide support for traditional handcrafting techniques.

Day 3 – May & Hugo Earth Yoga Leggings


MAY & HUGO was born out of a desire to create beautiful swim and leisure wear with integrity, transparency and benevolence. The label exhibits minimalist silhouettes in a signature aesthetic that is both sophisticated and playful. Their tights are produced using recycled polyester or nylon yarn, which comes from post-consumer waste such as abandoned fishing nets, plastic bottles and carpets that have been rescued from oceans and landfill.

Day 4 – Be Genki Be Tranquil Body Oil and Tea


Be genki comes from the Japanese word meaning ‘to be happy, healthy and in harmony with oneself’.They offer a 360-degree approach to wellbeing. They aren’t ‘just’ about organic skincare. They aren’t ‘just’ about organic body care. Be genki use only the highest quality natural, organic, cold-pressed, virgin, cruelty-free oilsto create a beautiful range of natural products to help you feel good and improve your state of mind.

Day 5- One Sunday Girls Jersey Dress (blue or pink)


One Sunday designer Henrietta Cheshire saw a gap in the girls wear market for unique and simple clothing, so she decided to start her own range. Since then she has been producing a range of clothing for girls aged eight to fourteen with a classic sensibility, a bit of an edge and a nod towards European fine detail. Handmade in Sydney, Australia using fabrics milled in New Zealand. One Sunday clothes are wearable and comfortable and will last more than one season and if necessary, more than one child.

Day 6-  Haus of Hiruy Addis Tote


Haus of Hiruy provides premium leather goods handcrafted by artisans in Ethiopia. They work personally with each artisan to make their dream bags come to life. Each product is carefully designed and handmade in Addis Ababa. In a world where fast fashion and mass produced items aren’t helping the makers or the earth, they hope a sustainable and ethical approach will have a positive impact on the industry and the future.

Day 7 – White Rabbit NY Chrystie Bamboo Underwear x3 black, blush and burgundy



White Rabbit focus relentlessly on finding the very best fabrics to create the most comfortable intimates. They spent over a year looking for the perfect materials for thier first collection, and it was well worth it. Their family-owned manufacturing partner has more than 100 years of experience in crafting lingerie. Of French heritage but based in Mexico City, they employ only women, offer good working conditions and pay fair wages.

Day 8 – Organic Defence Balm and Organic Skin Balm


Green Foot Mama products are made kindfully in Byron Bay and deliver holistic benefits that nourish the mind, body and soul. Their luxe lifestyle balms are 100% pure, natural and safe for all ages and skin types, including newborn, dry and uber sensitive. Inspired by the harmony of Mother Earth, the power of Mother Ocean, and the deeply infinite well of a mother’s healing love. Their ACO Certified raw ingredients are extracted and minimally processed by hand rather than commercial machinery by fair trade certified producers.

Day 9- O2wear Bamboo Camisole (choose colour) and Black Bamboo Leggings  


O2wear products are made almost exclusively from bamboo fibre, an increasingly popular fabric because it is exceptionally soft, breathable and is grown in a sustainable, environmentally friendly way. A key focus of the brand is simplicity, functionality and sustainability. This ethos is reflected in every aspect of the business from the materials they manufacture with through to the types of clothing they create. All pieces are designed for everyday wear. There is no fast fashion or seasonal pieces, everything is carried year round, year after year.

Day 10 – EbONiiVORY Natural Teeth Whitening Kit


EBONiiVORY is an Australian company based on the sunny Gold Coast. Ffter trying many different teeth whitening products on the market, many of which that were chemical based, founder Stecey went in search for a more natural approach to teeth whitening. Dating back to the ancient Egyptians, Activated Charcoal has been used as a holistic approach to cure food poisoning, diahorrea, viruses and you guessed it…to whiten yellowing/stained teeth.

Day 11- P.I.C Style De Beauvoir Cami 


The P.i.C capsule collection is consciously designed and lovingly made around the corner in their local London factory. Not only are thier fabrics locally sourced, sustainable, organic or select stock material, but P.i.C is never mass-produced. The P.i.C collection is rotatable and interchangeable, giving you wardrobe felxibility as you can create over 50 clean looks from just eight beautiful pieces.

Day 12- Hunter Lab Men’s Daily Tool Kit


Hunter Lab was born out of a frustration with the current uninspired, chemical-intensive, repackaged-feminine products which pervade today’s male skincare market. By uniting the traditional grooming experience with the high quality, natural, scientifically formulated and environmental sustainability, they provide skincare solutions which set the benchmark for men interested in healthy living and luxury grooming.


Giveaway Rules

By submitting an entry to the Sweepstakes you acknowledge that you have read and agree to be bound by these Official Rules and the decisions of The Green Hub, and that you satisfy all eligibility requirements.

The giveaway is open to Australian residents over 18 years of age. It commences on Thursday 10th November 2016 and closes on friday 16th December. One winner will be drawn each day starting Monday 5th December ending Friday 16th December. The winners will be contacted by email and the prizes will be sent in January 2017. If the winner does not respond within 48 hours to my email, another winner will be drawn. By entering this competition, entrants accept that I will email the winner with the email provided and publish their name on this blog post and social media.

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